Archive for January, 2007

For The GNOME Lovers

Thursday, January 25th, 2007

GNOME 2.17.90 Released!
Yet another GNOME release is now available. This is our sixth
development release on our road towards GNOME 2.18.0, which will be
released in March 2007. I guess you could say GNOME is marching
forward. You know what I mean, say no more, say no more!
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Developerworks: Save time with text editing one-liners

Thursday, January 18th, 2007

IBM Developerworks has posted a great article on saving some time with with file editing. This is really handy stuff if you spent any amount of time changing config files.
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Debian Woody Moved To Archives

Wednesday, January 10th, 2007

Debian released a news to inform any users still running Debian Woody that it has now been archived. Woody was released on 07/19/2002, and was replaced by Sarge on 06/06/2005. I don’t know anyone still running this, but for anyone that is your security updates have ended and you better start the upgrade process. Text email clients revisited

Friday, January 5th, 2007

Lately, I’ve been pining for the simplicity of a text email client. Though Sylpheed has been a reliable workhorse, I decided to survey today’s text email clients to see if I should go back to reading email in an xterm. I tested Pine, Cone, Mutt, and nmh to see if any of them were up […]

An introduction to Linux on the PlayStation 3

Thursday, January 4th, 2007

The Sony® PlayStation® 3 (PS3) is the easiest and cheapest way for programmers to get their hands on the new Cell Broadband Engine™ (Cell BE) processor and take it for a drive. Discover what the fuss is all about, how to install Linux® on the PS3, and how to get started developing for the Cell […]